1: /* $Header: /home/hyperion/mu/christos/src/sys/tcsh-6.00/RCS/ed.screen.c,v 3.0 1991/07/04 21:49:28 christos Exp $ */
   2: /*
   3:  * ed.screen.c: Editor/t_c_-curses interface
   4:  */
   5: /*-
   6:  * Copyright (c) 1980, 1991 The Regents of the University of California.
   7:  * All rights reserved.
   8:  *
   9:  * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
  10:  * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
  11:  * are met:
  12:  * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
  13:  *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
  14:  * 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
  15:  *    notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
  16:  *    documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
  17:  * 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software
  18:  *    must display the following acknowledgement:
  19:  *	This product includes software developed by the University of
  20:  *	California, Berkeley and its contributors.
  21:  * 4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors
  22:  *    may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
  23:  *    without specific prior written permission.
  24:  *
  25:  * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
  26:  * ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
  27:  * IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
  28:  * ARE DISCLAIMED.  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
  29:  * FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
  30:  * DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
  31:  * OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
  32:  * HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
  33:  * LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
  34:  * OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
  35:  * SUCH DAMAGE.
  36:  */
  37: #include "config.h"
  38: #if !defined(lint) && !defined(pdp11)
  39: static char *rcsid()
  40:     { return "$Id: ed.screen.c,v 3.0 1991/07/04 21:49:28 christos Exp $"; }
  41: #endif
  42: 
  43: #include "sh.h"
  44: #include "ed.h"
  45: #include "ed.defns.h"
  46: 
  47: /*
  48:  * We don't prototype these, cause some systems have them wrong!
  49:  */
  50: extern char *tgoto();
  51: extern char *tgetstr();
  52: extern char *tputs();
  53: extern int tgetent();
  54: extern int tgetflag();
  55: extern int tgetnum();
  56: 
  57: 
  58: /* #define DEBUG_LITERAL */
  59: 
  60: /*
  61:  * IMPORTANT NOTE: these routines are allowed to look at the current screen
  62:  * and the current possition assuming that it is correct.  If this is not
  63:  * true, then the update will be WRONG!  This is (should be) a valid
  64:  * assumption...
  65:  */
  66: 
  67: #ifndef TC_BUFSIZ
  68: # ifdef pdp11
  69: # define TC_BUFSIZ 1024
  70: # else
  71: # define TC_BUFSIZ 2048
  72: # endif	/* pdp11 */
  73: #endif
  74: 
  75: #define GoodStr(a) (tstr[a].str != NULL && tstr[a].str[0] != '\0')
  76: #define Str(a) tstr[a].str
  77: #define Val(a) tval[a].val
  78: 
  79: static struct {
  80:     char   *b_name;
  81:     int     b_rate;
  82: }       baud_rate[] = {
  83: 
  84: #ifdef B0
  85:     { "0", B0 },
  86: #endif
  87: #ifdef B50
  88:     { "50", B50 },
  89: #endif
  90: #ifdef B75
  91:     { "75", B75 },
  92: #endif
  93: #ifdef B110
  94:     { "110", B110 },
  95: #endif
  96: #ifdef B134
  97:     { "134", B134 },
  98: #endif
  99: #ifdef B150
 100:     { "150", B150 },
 101: #endif
 102: #ifdef B200
 103:     { "200", B200 },
 104: #endif
 105: #ifdef B300
 106:     { "300", B300 },
 107: #endif
 108: #ifdef B600
 109:     { "600", B600 },
 110: #endif
 111: #ifdef B900
 112:     { "900", B900 },
 113: #endif
 114: #ifdef B1200
 115:     { "1200", B1200 },
 116: #endif
 117: #ifdef B1800
 118:     { "1800", B1800 },
 119: #endif
 120: #ifdef B2400
 121:     { "2400", B2400 },
 122: #endif
 123: #ifdef B3600
 124:     { "3600", B3600 },
 125: #endif
 126: #ifdef B4800
 127:     { "4800", B4800 },
 128: #endif
 129: #ifdef B7200
 130:     { "7200", B7200 },
 131: #endif
 132: #ifdef B9600
 133:     { "9600", B9600 },
 134: #endif
 135: #ifdef EXTA
 136:     { "19200", EXTA },
 137: #endif
 138: #ifdef B19200
 139:     { "19200", B19200 },
 140: #endif
 141: #ifdef EXTB
 142:     { "38400", EXTB },
 143: #endif
 144: #ifdef B38400
 145:     { "38400", B38400 },
 146: #endif
 147:     { NULL, 0 }
 148: };
 149: 
 150: static struct t_c_str {
 151:     char   *name;
 152: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 153:     char   *long_name;
 154: #endif
 155:     char   *str;
 156: }       tstr[] = {
 157: 
 158: #define T_al    0
 159:     {   "al",
 160: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 161:     "add new blank line",
 162: #endif
 163:     NULL },
 164: #define T_bl    1
 165:     {   "bl",
 166: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 167:     "audible bell",
 168: #endif
 169:     NULL },
 170: #define T_cd    2
 171:     {   "cd",
 172: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 173:     "clear to bottom",
 174: #endif
 175:     NULL },
 176: #define T_ce    3
 177:     {   "ce",
 178: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 179:     "clear to end of line",
 180: #endif
 181:     NULL },
 182: #define T_ch    4
 183:     {   "ch",
 184: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 185:     "cursor to horiz pos",
 186: #endif
 187:     NULL },
 188: #define T_cl    5
 189:     {   "cl",
 190: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 191:     "clear screen",
 192: #endif
 193:     NULL },
 194: #define T_dc    6
 195:     {   "dc",
 196: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 197:     "delete a character",
 198: #endif
 199:     NULL },
 200: #define T_dl    7
 201:     {   "dl",
 202: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 203:     "delete a line",
 204: #endif
 205:     NULL },
 206: #define T_dm    8
 207:     {   "dm",
 208: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 209:     "start delete mode",
 210: #endif
 211:     NULL },
 212: #define T_ed    9
 213:     {   "ed",
 214: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 215:     "end delete mode",
 216: #endif
 217:     NULL },
 218: #define T_ei    10
 219:     {   "ei",
 220: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 221:     "end insert mode",
 222: #endif
 223:     NULL },
 224: #define T_fs    11
 225:     {   "fs",
 226: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 227:     "cursor from status line",
 228: #endif
 229:     NULL },
 230: #define T_ho    12
 231:     {   "ho",
 232: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 233:     "home cursor",
 234: #endif
 235:     NULL },
 236: #define T_ic    13
 237:     {   "ic",
 238: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 239:     "insert character",
 240: #endif
 241:     NULL },
 242: #define T_im    14
 243:     {   "im",
 244: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 245:     "start insert mode",
 246: #endif
 247:     NULL },
 248: #define T_ip    15
 249:     {   "ip",
 250: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 251:     "insert padding",
 252: #endif
 253:     NULL },
 254: #define T_kd    16
 255:     {   "kd",
 256: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 257:     "sends cursor down",
 258: #endif
 259:     NULL },
 260: #define T_kl    17
 261:     {   "kl",
 262: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 263:     "sends cursor left",
 264: #endif
 265:     NULL },
 266: #define T_kr    18
 267:     {   "kr",
 268: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 269:     "sends cursor right",
 270: #endif
 271:     NULL },
 272: #define T_ku    19
 273:     {   "ku",
 274: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 275:     "sends cursor up",
 276: #endif
 277:     NULL },
 278: #define T_md    20
 279:     {   "md",
 280: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 281:     "begin bold",
 282: #endif
 283:     NULL },
 284: #define T_me    21
 285:     {   "me",
 286: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 287:     "end attributes",
 288: #endif
 289:     NULL },
 290: #define T_nd    22
 291:     {   "nd",
 292: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 293:     "non destructive space",
 294: #endif
 295:     NULL },
 296: #define T_se    23
 297:     {   "se",
 298: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 299:     "end standout",
 300: #endif
 301:     NULL },
 302: #define T_so    24
 303:     {   "so",
 304: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 305:     "begin standout",
 306: #endif
 307:     NULL },
 308: #define T_ts    25
 309:     {   "ts",
 310: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 311:     "cursor to status line",
 312: #endif
 313:     NULL },
 314: #define T_up    26
 315:     {   "up",
 316: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 317:     "cursor up one",
 318: #endif
 319:     NULL },
 320: #define T_us    27
 321:     {   "us",
 322: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 323:     "begin underline",
 324: #endif
 325:     NULL },
 326: #define T_ue    28
 327:     {   "ue",
 328: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 329:     "end underline",
 330: #endif
 331:     NULL },
 332: #define T_vb    29
 333:     {   "vb",
 334: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 335:     "visible bell",
 336: #endif
 337:     NULL },
 338: #define T_DC    30
 339:     {   "DC",
 340: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 341:     "delete multiple chars",
 342: #endif
 343:     NULL },
 344: #define T_DO    31
 345:     {   "DO",
 346: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 347:     "cursor down multiple",
 348: #endif
 349:     NULL },
 350: #define T_IC    32
 351:     {   "IC",
 352: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 353:     "insert multiple chars",
 354: #endif
 355:     NULL },
 356: #define T_LE    33
 357:     {   "LE",
 358: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 359:     "cursor left multiple",
 360: #endif
 361:     NULL },
 362: #define T_RI    34
 363:     {   "RI",
 364: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 365:     "cursor right multiple",
 366: #endif
 367:     NULL },
 368: #define T_UP    35
 369:     {   "UP",
 370: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 371:     "cursor up multiple",
 372: #endif
 373:     NULL },
 374: #define T_str   36
 375:     {   NULL,
 376: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 377:     NULL,
 378: #endif
 379:     NULL }
 380: };
 381: 
 382: static struct t_c_val {
 383:     char   *name;
 384: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 385:     char   *long_name;
 386: #endif
 387:     int     val;
 388: }       tval[] = {
 389: #define T_pt    0
 390:     {   "pt",
 391: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 392:     "can use physical tabs",
 393: #endif
 394:     0 },
 395: #define T_li    1
 396:     {   "li",
 397: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 398:     "Number of lines",
 399: #endif
 400:     0 },
 401: #define T_co    2
 402:     {   "co",
 403: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 404:     "Number of columns",
 405: #endif
 406:     0 },
 407: #define T_km    3
 408:     {   "km",
 409: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 410:     "Has meta key",
 411: #endif
 412:     0 },
 413: #define T_val   4
 414:     {   NULL,
 415: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 416:     NULL,
 417: #endif
 418:     0 }
 419: };
 420: 
 421: static bool me_all = 0;     /* does two or more of the attributes use me */
 422: 
 423: static  void    ReBufferDisplay __P((void));
 424: static  void    TCalloc     __P((struct t_c_str *, char *));
 425: 
 426: 
 427: static void
 428: TCalloc(t, cap)
 429:     struct t_c_str *t;
 430:     char   *cap;
 431: {
 432:     static char t_c__alloc[TC_BUFSIZ];
 433:     char    termbuf[TC_BUFSIZ];
 434:     struct t_c_str *ts;
 435:     static int tloc = 0;
 436:     int     tlen, clen;
 437: 
 438:     if (cap == NULL || *cap == '\0') {
 439:     t->str = NULL;
 440:     return;
 441:     }
 442:     else
 443:     clen = strlen(cap);
 444: 
 445:     if (t->str == NULL)
 446:     tlen = 0;
 447:     else
 448:     tlen = strlen(t->str);
 449: 
 450:     /*
 451:      * New string is shorter; no need to allocate space
 452:      */
 453:     if (clen <= tlen) {
 454:     (void) strcpy(t->str, cap);
 455:     return;
 456:     }
 457: 
 458:     /*
 459:      * New string is longer; see if we have enough space to append
 460:      */
 461:     if (tloc + 3 < TC_BUFSIZ) {
 462:     (void) strcpy(t->str = &t_c__alloc[tloc], cap);
 463:     tloc += clen + 1;   /* one for \0 */
 464:     return;
 465:     }
 466: 
 467:     /*
 468:      * Compact our buffer; no need to check compaction, cause we know it
 469:      * fits...
 470:      */
 471:     tlen = 0;
 472:     for (ts = tstr; ts->name != NULL; ts++)
 473:     if (t != ts && ts->str != NULL && ts->str[0] != '\0') {
 474:         char   *ptr;
 475: 
 476:         for (ptr = ts->str; *ptr != '\0'; termbuf[tlen++] = *ptr++);
 477:         termbuf[tlen++] = '\0';
 478:     }
 479:     copy(t_c__alloc, termbuf, TC_BUFSIZ);
 480:     tloc = tlen;
 481:     if (tloc + 3 >= TC_BUFSIZ) {
 482:     stderror(ERR_NAME | ERR_TCNOSTR);
 483:     return;
 484:     }
 485:     (void) strcpy(t->str = &t_c__alloc[tloc], cap);
 486:     tloc += clen + 1;       /* one for \0 */
 487:     return;
 488: }
 489: 
 490: 
 491: /*ARGSUSED*/
 492: void
 493: TellTC(what)
 494:     char   *what;
 495: {
 496:     struct t_c_str *t;
 497: 
 498:     xprintf("\n\tTcsh thinks your terminal has the\n");
 499:     xprintf("\tfollowing characteristics:\n\n");
 500:     xprintf("\tIt has %d columns and %d lines\n",
 501:         Val(T_co), Val(T_li));
 502:     xprintf("\tIt has %s meta key\n", T_HasMeta ? "a" : "no");
 503:     xprintf("\tIt can%suse tabs\n", T_Tabs ? " " : "not ");
 504: 
 505:     for (t = tstr; t->name != NULL; t++)
 506: #ifdef  TCLONGNAME
 507:     xprintf("\t%25s (%s) == %s\n", t->long_name, t->name,
 508:         t->str && *t->str ? t->str : "(empty)");
 509: #else
 510:     xprintf("\t(%s) == %s\n", t->name,
 511:         t->str && *t->str ? t->str : "(empty)");
 512: #endif
 513:     xprintf("\n");
 514: }
 515: 
 516: 
 517: static void
 518: ReBufferDisplay()
 519: {
 520:     register int i;
 521:     Char  **b;
 522:     Char  **bufp;
 523: 
 524:     b = Display;
 525:     Display = NULL;
 526:     if (b != NULL) {
 527:     for (bufp = b; *bufp != NULL; bufp++)
 528:         xfree((ptr_t) * bufp);
 529:     xfree((ptr_t) b);
 530:     }
 531:     b = Vdisplay;
 532:     Vdisplay = NULL;
 533:     if (b != NULL) {
 534:     for (bufp = b; *bufp != NULL; bufp++)
 535:         xfree((ptr_t) * bufp);
 536:     xfree((ptr_t) b);
 537:     }
 538:     /* make this public, -1 to avoid wraps */
 539:     TermH = Val(T_co) - 1;
 540:     TermV = (INBUFSIZ * 4) / TermH + 1;
 541:     b = (Char **) xmalloc((size_t) (sizeof(Char *) * (TermV + 1)));
 542:     for (i = 0; i < TermV; i++)
 543:     b[i] = (Char *) xmalloc((size_t) (sizeof(Char) * (TermH + 1)));
 544:     b[TermV] = NULL;
 545:     Display = b;
 546:     b = (Char **) xmalloc((size_t) (sizeof(Char *) * (TermV + 1)));
 547:     for (i = 0; i < TermV; i++)
 548:     b[i] = (Char *) xmalloc((size_t) (sizeof(Char) * (TermH + 1)));
 549:     b[TermV] = NULL;
 550:     Vdisplay = b;
 551: }
 552: 
 553: void
 554: SetTC(what, how)
 555:     char   *what, *how;
 556: {
 557:     struct t_c_str *ts;
 558:     struct t_c_val *tv;
 559: 
 560:     /*
 561:      * Do the strings first
 562:      */
 563:     setname("settc");
 564:     for (ts = tstr; ts->name != NULL; ts++)
 565:     if (strcmp(ts->name, what) == 0)
 566:         break;
 567:     if (ts->name != NULL) {
 568:     TCalloc(ts, how);
 569:     /*
 570: 	 * Reset variables
 571: 	 */
 572:     if (GoodStr(T_me) && GoodStr(T_ue))
 573:         me_all = (strcmp(Str(T_me), Str(T_ue)) == 0);
 574:     else
 575:         me_all = 0;
 576:     if (GoodStr(T_me) && GoodStr(T_se))
 577:         me_all |= (strcmp(Str(T_me), Str(T_se)) == 0);
 578: 
 579:     T_CanCEOL = GoodStr(T_ce);
 580:     T_CanDel = GoodStr(T_dc) || GoodStr(T_DC);
 581:     T_CanIns = GoodStr(T_im) || GoodStr(T_ic) || GoodStr(T_IC);
 582:     T_CanUP = GoodStr(T_up) || GoodStr(T_UP);
 583:     return;
 584:     }
 585: 
 586:     /*
 587:      * Do the numeric ones second
 588:      */
 589:     for (tv = tval; tv->name != NULL; tv++)
 590:     if (strcmp(tv->name, what) == 0)
 591:         break;
 592: 
 593:     if (tv->name != NULL) {
 594:     if (tv == &tval[T_pt] || tv == &tval[T_km]) {
 595:         if (strcmp(how, "yes") == 0)
 596:         tv->val = 1;
 597:         else if (strcmp(how, "no") == 0)
 598:         tv->val = 0;
 599:         else {
 600:         stderror(ERR_SETTCUS, tv->name);
 601:         return;
 602:         }
 603:         T_Tabs = Val(T_pt);
 604:         T_HasMeta = Val(T_km);
 605:         return;
 606:     }
 607:     else {
 608:         tv->val = atoi(how);
 609:         T_Cols = Val(T_co);
 610:         T_Lines = Val(T_li);
 611:         if (tv == &tval[T_co])
 612:         ReBufferDisplay();
 613:         return;
 614:     }
 615:     }
 616:     stderror(ERR_NAME | ERR_TCCAP, what);
 617:     return;
 618: }
 619: 
 620: 
 621: /*
 622:  * Print the t_c_ string out with variable substitution
 623:  */
 624: void
 625: EchoTC(v)
 626:     Char  **v;
 627: {
 628:     char   *cap, *scap, cv[BUFSIZ];
 629:     int     arg_need, arg_cols, arg_rows;
 630:     int     verbose = 0, silent = 0;
 631:     char   *area;
 632:     static char *fmts = "%s\n", *fmtd = "%d\n";
 633:     char    buf[TC_BUFSIZ];
 634: 
 635:     area = buf;
 636: 
 637:     setname("echotc");
 638:     if (!*v || *v[0] == '\0')
 639:     return;
 640:     if (v[0][0] == '-') {
 641:     switch (v[0][1]) {
 642:     case 'v':
 643:         verbose = 1;
 644:         break;
 645:     case 's':
 646:         silent = 1;
 647:         break;
 648:     default:
 649:         stderror(ERR_NAME | ERR_TCUSAGE);
 650:         break;
 651:     }
 652:     v++;
 653:     }
 654:     (void) strcpy(cv, short2str(*v));
 655:     if (strcmp(cv, "tabs") == 0) {
 656:     xprintf(fmts, T_Tabs ? "yes" : "no");
 657:     flush();
 658:     return;
 659:     }
 660:     else if (strcmp(cv, "meta") == 0) {
 661:     xprintf(fmts, Val(T_km) ? "yes" : "no");
 662:     flush();
 663:     return;
 664:     }
 665:     else if (strcmp(cv, "baud") == 0) {
 666:     int     i;
 667: 
 668:     for (i = 0; baud_rate[i].b_name != NULL; i++)
 669:         if (T_Speed == baud_rate[i].b_rate) {
 670:         xprintf(fmts, baud_rate[i].b_name);
 671:         flush();
 672:         return;
 673:         }
 674:     xprintf(fmtd, 0);
 675:     flush();
 676:     return;
 677:     }
 678:     else if (strcmp(cv, "rows") == 0 || strcmp(cv, "lines") == 0) {
 679:     xprintf(fmtd, Val(T_li));
 680:     flush();
 681:     return;
 682:     }
 683:     else if (strcmp(cv, "cols") == 0) {
 684:     xprintf(fmtd, Val(T_co));
 685:     flush();
 686:     return;
 687:     }
 688: 
 689:     /*
 690:      * Count home many values we need for this capability.
 691:      */
 692:     scap = tgetstr(cv, &area);
 693:     if (!scap || scap[0] == '\0')
 694:     stderror(silent ? ERR_SILENT : (ERR_NAME | ERR_TCCAP), cv);
 695: 
 696:     for (cap = scap, arg_need = 0; *cap; cap++)
 697:     if (*cap == '%')
 698:         switch (*++cap) {
 699:         case 'd':
 700:         case '2':
 701:         case '3':
 702:         case '.':
 703:         case '+':
 704:         arg_need++;
 705:         break;
 706:         case '%':
 707:         case '>':
 708:         case 'i':
 709:         case 'r':
 710:         case 'n':
 711:         case 'B':
 712:         case 'D':
 713:         break;
 714:         default:
 715:         /*
 716: 		 * hpux has lot's of them...
 717: 		 */
 718:         if (verbose)
 719:             stderror(ERR_NAME | ERR_TCPARM, *cap);
 720:         /* This is bad, but I won't complain */
 721:         break;
 722:         }
 723: 
 724:     switch (arg_need) {
 725:     case 0:
 726:     v++;
 727:     if (*v && *v[0])
 728:         stderror(silent ? ERR_SILENT : (ERR_NAME | ERR_TCARGS),
 729:              cv, arg_need);
 730:     (void) tputs(scap, 1, putraw);
 731:     break;
 732:     case 1:
 733:     v++;
 734:     if (!*v || *v[0] == '\0')
 735:         stderror(ERR_NAME | ERR_TCNARGS, cv, 1);
 736:     arg_rows = 0;
 737:     arg_cols = atoi(short2str(*v));
 738:     v++;
 739:     if (*v && *v[0])
 740:         stderror(silent ? ERR_SILENT : (ERR_NAME | ERR_TCARGS),
 741:              cv, arg_need);
 742:     (void) tputs(tgoto(scap, arg_cols, arg_rows), 1, putraw);
 743:     break;
 744:     default:
 745:     /* This is wrong, but I will ignore it... */
 746:     if (verbose)
 747:         stderror(ERR_NAME | ERR_TCARGS, cv, arg_need);
 748:     case 2:
 749:     v++;
 750:     if (!*v || *v[0] == '\0')
 751:         stderror(silent ? ERR_SILENT : (ERR_NAME | ERR_TCNARGS), cv, 2);
 752:     arg_cols = atoi(short2str(*v));
 753:     v++;
 754:     if (!*v || *v[0] == '\0')
 755:         stderror(silent ? ERR_SILENT : (ERR_NAME | ERR_TCNARGS), cv, 2);
 756:     arg_rows = atoi(short2str(*v));
 757:     v++;
 758:     if (*v && *v[0])
 759:         stderror(silent ? ERR_SILENT : (ERR_NAME | ERR_TCARGS),
 760:              cv, arg_need);
 761:     (void) tputs(tgoto(scap, arg_cols, arg_rows), arg_rows, putraw);
 762:     break;
 763:     }
 764:     flush();
 765: }
 766: 
 767: bool    GotTermCaps = 0;
 768: 
 769: void
 770: BindArrowKeys()
 771: {
 772:     KEYCMD *map;
 773:     int     i;
 774:     char   *p;
 775:     static struct {
 776:     int     key, fun;
 777:     }       ar[] =
 778:     {
 779:     { T_kd, F_DOWN_HIST },
 780:     { T_ku, F_UP_HIST   },
 781:     { T_kl, F_CHARBACK  },
 782:     { T_kr, F_CHARFWD   }
 783:     };
 784: 
 785:     if (!GotTermCaps)
 786:     return;
 787:     map = VImode ? CcAltMap : CcKeyMap;
 788: 
 789:     for (i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
 790:     p = tstr[ar[i].key].str;
 791:     if (p && *p) {
 792:         if (p[1]) {
 793:         AddXKeyCmd(str2short(p), ar[i].fun);
 794:         map[(unsigned char) *p] = F_XKEY;
 795:         }
 796:         else if (map[(unsigned char) *p] == F_UNASSIGNED) {
 797:         ClearXkey(map, str2short(p));
 798:         map[(unsigned char) *p] = ar[i].fun;
 799:         }
 800:     }
 801:     }
 802: }
 803: 
 804: static Char cur_atr = 0;    /* current attributes */
 805: 
 806: void
 807: SetAttributes(atr)
 808:     int     atr;
 809: {
 810:     atr &= ATTRIBUTES;
 811:     if (atr != cur_atr) {
 812:     if (me_all && GoodStr(T_me)) {
 813:         if ((cur_atr & BOLD) && !(atr & BOLD) ||
 814:         (cur_atr & UNDER) && !(atr & UNDER) ||
 815:         (cur_atr & STANDOUT) && !(atr & STANDOUT)) {
 816:         (void) tputs(Str(T_me), 1, putpure);
 817:         cur_atr = 0;
 818:         }
 819:     }
 820:     if ((atr & BOLD) != (cur_atr & BOLD)) {
 821:         if (atr & BOLD) {
 822:         if (GoodStr(T_md) && GoodStr(T_me)) {
 823:             (void) tputs(Str(T_md), 1, putpure);
 824:             cur_atr |= BOLD;
 825:         }
 826:         }
 827:         else {
 828:         if (GoodStr(T_md) && GoodStr(T_me)) {
 829:             (void) tputs(Str(T_me), 1, putpure);
 830:             if ((cur_atr & STANDOUT) && GoodStr(T_se)) {
 831:             (void) tputs(Str(T_se), 1, putpure);
 832:             cur_atr &= ~STANDOUT;
 833:             }
 834:             if ((cur_atr & UNDER) && GoodStr(T_ue)) {
 835:             (void) tputs(Str(T_ue), 1, putpure);
 836:             cur_atr &= ~UNDER;
 837:             }
 838:             cur_atr &= ~BOLD;
 839:         }
 840:         }
 841:     }
 842:     if ((atr & STANDOUT) != (cur_atr & STANDOUT)) {
 843:         if (atr & STANDOUT) {
 844:         if (GoodStr(T_so) && GoodStr(T_se)) {
 845:             (void) tputs(Str(T_so), 1, putpure);
 846:             cur_atr |= STANDOUT;
 847:         }
 848:         }
 849:         else {
 850:         if (GoodStr(T_se)) {
 851:             (void) tputs(Str(T_se), 1, putpure);
 852:             cur_atr &= ~STANDOUT;
 853:         }
 854:         }
 855:     }
 856:     if ((atr & UNDER) != (cur_atr & UNDER)) {
 857:         if (atr & UNDER) {
 858:         if (GoodStr(T_us) && GoodStr(T_ue)) {
 859:             (void) tputs(Str(T_us), 1, putpure);
 860:             cur_atr |= UNDER;
 861:         }
 862:         }
 863:         else {
 864:         if (GoodStr(T_ue)) {
 865:             (void) tputs(Str(T_ue), 1, putpure);
 866:             cur_atr &= ~UNDER;
 867:         }
 868:         }
 869:     }
 870:     }
 871: }
 872: 
 873: /* PWP 6-27-88 -- if the tty driver thinks that we can tab, we ask t_c_ */
 874: int
 875: CanWeTab()
 876: {
 877:     return (Val(T_pt));
 878: }
 879: 
 880: void
 881: MoveToLine(where)       /* move to line <where> (first line == 0) */
 882:     int     where;      /* as efficiently as possible; */
 883: {
 884:     int     del, i;
 885: 
 886:     if (where == CursorV)
 887:     return;
 888: 
 889:     if (where > TermV) {
 890: #ifdef DEBUG_SCREEN
 891:     xprintf("MoveToLine: where is ridiculous: %d\r\n", where);
 892:     flush();
 893: #endif
 894:     return;
 895:     }
 896: 
 897:     if ((del = where - CursorV) > 0) {
 898:     if ((del > 1) && GoodStr(T_DO))
 899:         (void) tputs(tgoto(Str(T_DO), del, del), del, putpure);
 900:     else {
 901:         for (i = 0; i < del; i++)
 902:         (void) putraw('\n');
 903:         CursorH = 0;    /* because the \n will become \r\n */
 904:     }
 905:     }
 906:     else {          /* del < 0 */
 907:     if (GoodStr(T_UP) && (-del > 1 || !GoodStr(T_up)))
 908:         (void) tputs(tgoto(Str(T_UP), -del, -del), -del, putpure);
 909:     else {
 910:         if (GoodStr(T_up))
 911:         for (i = 0; i < -del; i++)
 912:             (void) tputs(Str(T_up), 1, putpure);
 913:     }
 914:     }
 915:     CursorV = where;        /* now where is here */
 916: }
 917: 
 918: void
 919: MoveToChar(where)       /* move to character position (where) */
 920:     int     where;
 921: {               /* as efficiently as possible */
 922:     int     del, i;
 923: 
 924: mc_again:
 925:     if (where == CursorH)
 926:     return;
 927: 
 928:     if (where > (TermH + 1)) {
 929: #ifdef DEBUG_SCREEN
 930:     xprintf("MoveToChar: where is riduculous: %d\r\n", where);
 931:     flush();
 932: #endif
 933:     return;
 934:     }
 935: 
 936:     if (!where) {       /* if where is first column */
 937:     (void) putraw('\r');    /* do a CR */
 938:     CursorH = 0;
 939:     return;
 940:     }
 941: 
 942:     del = where - CursorH;
 943: 
 944:     if ((del < -4 || del > 4) && GoodStr(T_ch))
 945:     /* go there directly */
 946:     (void) tputs(tgoto(Str(T_ch), where, where), where, putpure);
 947:     else {
 948:     if (del > 0) {      /* moving forward */
 949:         if ((del > 4) && GoodStr(T_RI))
 950:         (void) tputs(tgoto(Str(T_RI), del, del), del, putpure);
 951:         else {
 952:         if (T_Tabs) {   /* if I can do tabs, use them */
 953:             if ((CursorH & 0370) != (where & 0370)) {
 954:             /* if not within tab stop */
 955:             for (i = (CursorH & 0370); i < (where & 0370); i += 8)
 956:                 (void) putraw('\t');    /* then tab over */
 957:             CursorH = where & 0370;
 958:             }
 959:         }
 960:         /* it's usually cheaper to just write the chars, so we do. */
 961: 
 962:         /* NOTE THAT so_write() WILL CHANGE CursorH!!! */
 963:         so_write(&Display[CursorV][CursorH], where - CursorH);
 964: 
 965:         }
 966:     }
 967:     else {          /* del < 0 := moving backward */
 968:         if ((-del > 4) && GoodStr(T_LE))
 969:         (void) tputs(tgoto(Str(T_LE), -del, -del), -del, putpure);
 970:         else {      /* can't go directly there */
 971:         /* if the "cost" is greater than the "cost" from col 0 */
 972:         if (T_Tabs ? (-del > ((where >> 3) + (where & 07)))
 973:             : (-del > where)) {
 974:             (void) putraw('\r');    /* do a CR */
 975:             CursorH = 0;
 976:             goto mc_again;  /* and try again */
 977:         }
 978:         for (i = 0; i < -del; i++)
 979:             (void) putraw('\b');
 980:         }
 981:     }
 982:     }
 983:     CursorH = where;        /* now where is here */
 984: }
 985: 
 986: void
 987: so_write(cp, n)
 988:     register Char *cp;
 989:     register int n;
 990: {
 991:     if (n <= 0)
 992:     return;         /* catch bugs */
 993: 
 994:     if (n > (TermH + 1)) {
 995: #ifdef DEBUG_SCREEN
 996:     xprintf("so_write: n is riduculous: %d\r\n", n);
 997:     flush();
 998: #endif
 999:     return;
1000:     }
1001: 
1002:     do {
1003:     if (*cp & LITERAL) {
1004:         extern Char *litptr[];
1005:         Char   *d;
1006: 
1007: #ifdef DEBUG_LITERAL
1008:         xprintf("so: litnum %d, litptr %x\r\n",
1009:             *cp & CHAR, litptr[*cp & CHAR]);
1010: #endif
1011:         for (d = litptr[*cp++ & CHAR]; *d & LITERAL; d++)
1012:         (void) putraw(*d & CHAR);
1013:         (void) putraw(*d);
1014: 
1015:     }
1016:     else
1017:         (void) putraw(*cp++);
1018:     CursorH++;
1019:     } while (--n);
1020: }
1021: 
1022: 
1023: void
1024: DeleteChars(num)        /* deletes <num> characters */
1025:     int     num;
1026: {
1027:     if (num <= 0)
1028:     return;
1029: 
1030:     if (!T_CanDel) {
1031: #ifdef DEBUG_EDIT
1032:     xprintf("   ERROR: cannot delete   \n");
1033: #endif
1034:     flush();
1035:     return;
1036:     }
1037: 
1038:     if (num > TermH) {
1039: #ifdef DEBUG_SCREEN
1040:     xprintf("DeleteChars: num is riduculous: %d\r\n", num);
1041:     flush();
1042: #endif
1043:     return;
1044:     }
1045: 
1046:     if (GoodStr(T_DC))      /* if I have multiple delete */
1047:     if ((num > 1) || !GoodStr(T_dc)) {  /* if dc would be more expen. */
1048:         (void) tputs(tgoto(Str(T_DC), num, num), num, putpure);
1049:         return;
1050:     }
1051: 
1052:     if (GoodStr(T_dm))      /* if I have delete mode */
1053:     (void) tputs(Str(T_dm), 1, putpure);
1054: 
1055:     if (GoodStr(T_dc))      /* else do one at a time */
1056:     while (num--)
1057:         (void) tputs(Str(T_dc), 1, putpure);
1058: 
1059:     if (GoodStr(T_ed))      /* if I have delete mode */
1060:     (void) tputs(Str(T_ed), 1, putpure);
1061: }
1062: 
1063: void
1064: Insert_write(cp, num)       /* Puts terminal in insert character mode, */
1065:     register Char *cp;
1066:     register int num;       /* or inserts num characters in the line */
1067: {
1068:     if (num <= 0)
1069:     return;
1070: 
1071:     if (!T_CanIns) {
1072: #ifdef DEBUG_EDIT
1073:     xprintf("   ERROR: cannot insert   \n");
1074: #endif
1075:     flush();
1076:     return;
1077:     }
1078: 
1079:     if (num > TermH) {
1080: #ifdef DEBUG_SCREEN
1081:     xprintf("StartInsert: num is riduculous: %d\r\n", num);
1082:     flush();
1083: #endif
1084:     return;
1085:     }
1086: 
1087:     if (GoodStr(T_IC))      /* if I have multiple insert */
1088:     if ((num > 1) || !GoodStr(T_ic)) {  /* if ic would be more expen. */
1089:         (void) tputs(tgoto(Str(T_IC), num, num), num, putpure);
1090:         so_write(cp, num);  /* this updates CursorH */
1091:         return;
1092:     }
1093: 
1094:     if (GoodStr(T_im))      /* if I have insert mode */
1095:     (void) tputs(Str(T_im), 1, putpure);
1096: 
1097:     do {
1098:     if (GoodStr(T_ic))  /* have to make num chars insert */
1099:         (void) tputs(Str(T_ic), 1, putpure);    /* insert a char */
1100: 
1101:     (void) putraw(*cp++);
1102: 
1103:     CursorH++;
1104: 
1105:     if (GoodStr(T_ip))  /* have to make num chars insert */
1106:         (void) tputs(Str(T_ip), 1, putpure);/* pad the inserted char */
1107: 
1108:     } while (--num);
1109: 
1110:     if (GoodStr(T_ei))
1111:     (void) tputs(Str(T_ei), 1, putpure);
1112: }
1113: 
1114: void
1115: ClearEOL(num)           /* clear to end of line.  There are num */
1116:     int     num;        /* characters to clear */
1117: {
1118:     register int i;
1119: 
1120:     if (T_CanCEOL && GoodStr(T_ce))
1121:     (void) tputs(Str(T_ce), 1, putpure);
1122:     else {
1123:     for (i = 0; i < num; i++)
1124:         (void) putraw(' ');
1125:     CursorH += num;     /* have written num spaces */
1126:     }
1127: }
1128: 
1129: void
1130: ClearScreen()
1131: {               /* clear the whole screen and home */
1132:     if (GoodStr(T_cl))
1133:     /* send the clear screen code */
1134:     (void) tputs(Str(T_cl), Val(T_li), putpure);
1135:     else if (GoodStr(T_ho) && GoodStr(T_cd)) {
1136:     (void) tputs(Str(T_ho), Val(T_li), putpure);    /* home */
1137:     /* clear to bottom of screen */
1138:     (void) tputs(Str(T_cd), Val(T_li), putpure);
1139:     }
1140:     else {
1141:     (void) putraw('\r');
1142:     (void) putraw('\n');
1143:     }
1144: }
1145: 
1146: void
1147: Beep()
1148: {               /* produce a sound */
1149:     if (adrof(STRnobeep))
1150:     return;
1151: 
1152:     if (GoodStr(T_vb) && adrof(STRvisiblebell))
1153:     (void) tputs(Str(T_vb), 1, putpure);    /* visible bell */
1154:     else if (GoodStr(T_bl))
1155:     /* what t_c_ says we should use */
1156:     (void) tputs(Str(T_bl), 1, putpure);
1157:     else
1158:     (void) putraw('\007');  /* an ASCII bell; ^G */
1159: }
1160: 
1161: void
1162: ClearToBottom()
1163: {               /* clear to the bottom of the screen */
1164:     if (GoodStr(T_cd))
1165:     (void) tputs(Str(T_cd), Val(T_li), putpure);
1166:     else if (GoodStr(T_ce))
1167:     (void) tputs(Str(T_ce), Val(T_li), putpure);
1168: }
1169: 
1170: void
1171: GetTermCaps()
1172: {               /* read in the needed terminal capabilites */
1173:     register int i;
1174:     char   *ptr;
1175:     char    buf[TC_BUFSIZ];
1176:     static char bp[TC_BUFSIZ];
1177:     char   *area;
1178:     extern char *getenv();
1179:     struct t_c_str *t;
1180: 
1181: 
1182: #ifdef SIG_WINDOW
1183: #ifdef BSDSIGS
1184:     sigmask_t omask;
1185: #endif				/* BSDSIGS */
1186:     int     lins, cols;
1187: 
1188:     /* don't want to confuse things here */
1189: #ifdef BSDSIGS
1190:     omask = sigblock(sigmask(SIG_WINDOW)) & ~sigmask(SIG_WINDOW);
1191: #else               /* BSDSIGS */
1192:     (void) sighold(SIG_WINDOW);
1193: #endif				/* BSDSIGS */
1194: #endif				/* SIG_WINDOW */
1195:     area = buf;
1196: 
1197:     GotTermCaps = 1;
1198: 
1199:     setname("gett_c_s");
1200:     ptr = getenv("TERM");
1201: #ifdef apollo
1202:     /*
1203:      * If we are on a pad, we pretend that we are dumb. Otherwise the t_c_
1204:      * library will put us in a weird screen mode, thinking that we are going
1205:      * to use curses
1206:      */
1207:     if (isapad())
1208:     ptr = "dumb";
1209: #endif
1210:     if (!ptr || !ptr[0])
1211:     ptr = "dumb";
1212: 
1213:     setzero(bp, TC_BUFSIZ);
1214: 
1215:     i = tgetent(bp, ptr);
1216:     if (i <= 0) {
1217:     if (i == -1) {
1218: #if SVID == 0
1219:         xprintf("tcsh: Cannot open /etc/t_c_.\n");
1220:     }
1221:     else if (i == 0) {
1222: #endif				/* SVID */
1223:         xprintf("tcsh: No entry for terminal type \"%s\"\n",
1224:             getenv("TERM"));
1225:     }
1226:     xprintf("tcsh: using dumb terminal settings.\n");
1227:     Val(T_co) = 80;     /* do a dumb terminal */
1228:     Val(T_pt) = Val(T_km) = Val(T_li) = 0;
1229:     for (t = tstr; t->name != NULL; t++)
1230:         TCalloc(t, NULL);
1231:     }
1232:     else {
1233:     /* Can we tab */
1234:     Val(T_pt) = tgetflag("pt") && !tgetflag("xt");
1235:     /* do we have a meta? */
1236:     Val(T_km) = (tgetflag("km") || tgetflag("MT"));
1237:     Val(T_co) = tgetnum("co");
1238:     Val(T_li) = tgetnum("li");
1239:     for (t = tstr; t->name != NULL; t++)
1240:         TCalloc(t, tgetstr(t->name, &area));
1241:     }
1242:     if (Val(T_co) < 2)
1243:     Val(T_co) = 80;     /* just in case */
1244:     if (Val(T_li) < 1)
1245:     Val(T_li) = 24;
1246: 
1247:     T_Cols = Val(T_co);
1248:     T_Lines = Val(T_li);
1249:     if (T_Tabs)
1250:     T_Tabs = Val(T_pt);
1251:     T_HasMeta = Val(T_km);
1252:     T_CanCEOL = GoodStr(T_ce);
1253:     T_CanDel = GoodStr(T_dc) || GoodStr(T_DC);
1254:     T_CanIns = GoodStr(T_im) || GoodStr(T_ic) || GoodStr(T_IC);
1255:     T_CanUP = GoodStr(T_up) || GoodStr(T_UP);
1256:     if (GoodStr(T_me) && GoodStr(T_ue))
1257:     me_all = (strcmp(Str(T_me), Str(T_ue)) == 0);
1258:     else
1259:     me_all = 0;
1260:     if (GoodStr(T_me) && GoodStr(T_se))
1261:     me_all |= (strcmp(Str(T_me), Str(T_se)) == 0);
1262: 
1263: 
1264: #ifdef DEBUG_SCREEN
1265:     if (!T_CanUP) {
1266:     xprintf("tcsh: WARNING: Your terminal cannot move up.\n");
1267:     xprintf("Editing may be odd for long lines.\n");
1268:     }
1269:     if (!T_CanCEOL)
1270:     xprintf("no clear EOL capability.\n");
1271:     if (!T_CanDel)
1272:     xprintf("no delete char capability.\n");
1273:     if (!T_CanIns)
1274:     xprintf("no insert char capability.\n");
1275: #endif				/* DEBUG_SCREEN */
1276: 
1277: 
1278: 
1279: #ifdef SIG_WINDOW
1280:     (void) GetSize(&lins, &cols);   /* get the correct window size */
1281:     ChangeSize(lins, cols);
1282: 
1283: # ifdef BSDSIGS
1284:     (void) sigsetmask(omask);   /* can change it again */
1285: # else              /* BSDSIGS */
1286:     (void) sigrelse(SIG_WINDOW);
1287: # endif				/* BSDSIGS */
1288: #else               /* SIG_WINDOW */
1289:     ChangeSize(Val(T_li), Val(T_co));
1290: #endif				/* SIG_WINDOW */
1291: 
1292:     BindArrowKeys();
1293: }
1294: 
1295: #ifdef SIG_WINDOW
1296: /* GetSize():
1297:  *	Return the new window size in lines and cols, and
1298:  *	true if the size was changed.
1299:  */
1300: int
1301: GetSize(lins, cols)
1302:     int    *lins, *cols;
1303: {
1304:     *cols = Val(T_co);
1305:     *lins = Val(T_li);
1306: 
1307: #ifdef TIOCGWINSZ
1308: # ifndef lint
1309:     {
1310:     struct winsize ws;  /* from 4.3 */
1311: 
1312:     if (ioctl(SHOUT, TIOCGWINSZ, (ioctl_t) & ws) < 0)
1313:         return (0);
1314: 
1315:     if (ws.ws_col)
1316:         *cols = ws.ws_col;
1317:     if (ws.ws_row)
1318:         *lins = ws.ws_row;
1319:     }
1320: # endif
1321: #else               /* TIOCGWINSZ */
1322: # ifdef TIOCGSIZE
1323:     {
1324:     struct ttysize ts;  /* from Sun */
1325: 
1326:     if (ioctl(SHOUT, TIOCGSIZE, (ioctl_t) & ts) < 0)
1327:         return;
1328: 
1329:     if (ts.ts_cols)
1330:         *cols = ts.ts_cols;
1331:     if (ts.ts_lines)
1332:         *lins = ts.ts_lines;
1333:     }
1334: # endif				/* TIOCGSIZE */
1335: #endif				/* TIOCGWINSZ */
1336: 
1337:     if (*cols < 2)
1338:     *cols = 80;     /* just in case */
1339:     if (*lins < 1)
1340:     *lins = 24;
1341: 
1342:     return (Val(T_co) != *cols || Val(T_li) != *lins);
1343: }
1344: 
1345: #endif				/* SIGWINDOW */
1346: 
1347: void
1348: ChangeSize(lins, cols)
1349:     int     lins, cols;
1350: {
1351: 
1352:     Val(T_co) = cols;
1353:     Val(T_li) = lins;
1354: 
1355: #ifdef SIG_WINDOW
1356:     {
1357:     Char    buf[10];
1358:     char   *tptr;
1359: 
1360:     if (getenv("COLUMNS")) {
1361:         Itoa(Val(T_co), buf);
1362:         Setenv(STRCOLUMNS, buf);
1363:     }
1364: 
1365:     if (getenv("LINES")) {
1366:         Itoa(Val(T_li), buf);
1367:         Setenv(STRLINES, buf);
1368:     }
1369: 
1370:     if (tptr = getenv("TERMCAP")) {
1371:         Char    t_c_[1024], backup[1024], *ptr;
1372:         int     i;
1373: 
1374:         ptr = str2short(tptr);
1375:         (void) Strncpy(t_c_, ptr, 1024);
1376:         t_c_[1023] = '\0';
1377: 
1378:         /* update t_c_ string; first do columns */
1379:         buf[0] = 'c';
1380:         buf[1] = 'o';
1381:         buf[2] = '#';
1382:         buf[3] = '\0';
1383:         if ((ptr = Strstr(t_c_, buf)) == NULL) {
1384:         (void) Strcpy(backup, t_c_);
1385:         }
1386:         else {
1387:         i = ptr - t_c_ + Strlen(buf);
1388:         (void) Strncpy(backup, t_c_, i);
1389:         backup[i] = '\0';
1390:         Itoa(Val(T_co), buf);
1391:         (void) Strcat(backup + i, buf);
1392:         ptr = Strchr(ptr, ':');
1393:         (void) Strcat(backup, ptr);
1394:         }
1395: 
1396:         /* now do lines */
1397:         buf[0] = 'l';
1398:         buf[1] = 'i';
1399:         buf[2] = '#';
1400:         buf[3] = '\0';
1401:         if ((ptr = Strstr(backup, buf)) == NULL) {
1402:         (void) Strcpy(t_c_, backup);
1403:         }
1404:         else {
1405:         i = ptr - backup + Strlen(buf);
1406:         (void) Strncpy(t_c_, backup, i);
1407:         t_c_[i] = '\0';
1408:         Itoa(Val(T_li), buf);
1409:         (void) Strcat(t_c_, buf);
1410:         ptr = Strchr(ptr, ':');
1411:         (void) Strcat(t_c_, ptr);
1412:         }
1413:         Setenv(STRTRMCAP, t_c_);
1414:     }
1415:     }
1416: #endif				/* SIG_WINDOW */
1417: 
1418:     ReBufferDisplay();      /* re-make display buffers */
1419:     ClearDisp();
1420: }

Defined functions

Beep defined in line 1146; used 14 times
BindArrowKeys defined in line 769; used 4 times
CanWeTab defined in line 874; used 2 times
ChangeSize defined in line 1347; used 6 times
ClearEOL defined in line 1114; used 4 times
ClearScreen defined in line 1129; never used
ClearToBottom defined in line 1161; used 1 times
DeleteChars defined in line 1023; used 2 times
EchoTC defined in line 624; used 1 times
GetSize defined in line 1300; used 3 times
GetTermCaps defined in line 1170; used 4 times
Insert_write defined in line 1063; used 3 times
MoveToChar defined in line 918; used 10 times
MoveToLine defined in line 880; used 10 times
ReBufferDisplay defined in line 517; used 2 times
SetTC defined in line 553; used 1 times
TCalloc defined in line 427; used 3 times
TellTC defined in line 492; used 1 times
rcsid defined in line 39; never used
so_write defined in line 986; used 15 times

Defined variables

GotTermCaps defined in line 767; used 2 times
cur_atr defined in line 804; used 18 times
me_all defined in line 421; used 7 times
tstr defined in line 156; used 9 times
tval defined in line 388; used 5 times

Defined struct's

t_c_str defined in line 150; used 12 times
t_c_val defined in line 382; used 2 times
  • in line 558(2)

Defined macros

GoodStr defined in line 75; used 63 times
Str defined in line 76; used 40 times
TC_BUFSIZ defined in line 71; used 10 times
T_DC defined in line 338; used 4 times
T_DO defined in line 344; used 2 times
T_IC defined in line 350; used 4 times
T_LE defined in line 356; used 2 times
T_RI defined in line 362; used 2 times
T_UP defined in line 368; used 4 times
T_al defined in line 158; never used
T_bl defined in line 164; used 2 times
T_cd defined in line 170; used 4 times
T_ce defined in line 176; used 6 times
T_ch defined in line 182; used 2 times
T_cl defined in line 188; used 2 times
T_co defined in line 401; used 16 times
T_dc defined in line 194; used 5 times
T_dl defined in line 200; never used
T_dm defined in line 206; used 2 times
T_ed defined in line 212; used 2 times
T_ei defined in line 218; used 2 times
T_fs defined in line 224; never used
T_ho defined in line 230; used 2 times
T_ic defined in line 236; used 5 times
T_im defined in line 242; used 4 times
T_ip defined in line 248; used 2 times
T_kd defined in line 254; used 1 times
T_kl defined in line 260; used 1 times
T_km defined in line 407; used 6 times
T_kr defined in line 266; used 1 times
T_ku defined in line 272; used 1 times
T_li defined in line 395; used 19 times
T_md defined in line 278; used 3 times
T_me defined in line 284; used 13 times
T_nd defined in line 290; never used
T_pt defined in line 389; used 6 times
T_se defined in line 296; used 9 times
T_so defined in line 302; used 2 times
T_str defined in line 374; never used
T_ts defined in line 308; never used
T_ue defined in line 326; used 9 times
T_up defined in line 314; used 5 times
T_us defined in line 320; used 2 times
T_val defined in line 413; never used
T_vb defined in line 332; used 2 times
Val defined in line 77; used 44 times
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